In the statement, the white house again strongly criticized the comprehensive agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue, saying it was unable to protect the US security, and said that since the United States withdrew from the agreement in May 8th, 38 individuals and entities associated with Iran had been imposed a total of 6 sanctions.
On the same day, President Trump issued a statement saying he had signed an administrative order to restart some sanctions against Iran. He urged all countries to reduce or stop buying Iranian crude oil and said they were open to a more comprehensive Iranian agreement.
Earlier in the day, a senior U.S. government official told the media at a telephone briefing that the United States restarted the sanctions against Iran aimed at combating Irans regional influence. The United States is trying to conclude a global alliance to combat malice in Iran, but the United States has no intention of pushing regime change in Iran, just hope. To change the behavior of the Iranian government, President Trump is ready to meet Iranian leaders at any time and eventually sign a new Iranian nuclear agreement.
In July 2015, Iran reached a comprehensive agreement with the six countries on Irans nuclear issue (the United States, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany). Under the agreement, Iran promised to limit its nuclear program and the international community to lift sanctions against Iraq. In May 8th this year, Trump announced that the United States would withdraw from the comprehensive agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue and will resume sanctions against Iraq. Iran said it had the ability to deal with the pressure and difficulties brought by the USs resumption of sanctions against Iraq.